Home About us About CMN Support us Resources News and Events Contact us
Make a donation Donate
Share on Facebook Share on Twitter

Information & links

We’re here to help offer support, raise awareness, educate & promote research.

What does a CMN look like?

How often do CMN occur?

Complications of CMN

Welcome to our new website

Congenital Melanocytic Naevi

Welcome to our NEW website

We are the only Scottish based charity to provide information and support for those affected by Congenital Melanocytic Naevi.  We aim to support those affected by CMN.

Visit the Caring Matters Now website www.caringmattersnow.co.uk

Hannah’s story…

Hannah was born on 26 January 2001 with multiple extensive CMN covering approximately 70-80% of her body.


What is CMN?…

A CMN is an abnormally large collection of pigmented cells in the skin and are regarded as a type of benign tumour.


How can you help?…

There are many ways to help including making a donation, raising funds on our behalf or becoming a member.


Scary But Happy…

During her short life it was Hannah’s wish to write and publish a book.  Make-A-Wish Foundation made it happen.


Dr. Kinsler…

Dr Kinsler is a  leading expert on CMN and has devoted her career to research the condition and find a cure.


Make a donation…

We’re here to help offer support, raise awareness, educate & promote research & your donations help.


Hannah Bostock Hannah Bostock CMN Charity provides support, education and promotes research into Congenital Melanocytic Naevi